Issue 106 JULY-SEPTEMBER 2018

PiL106 JULY-SEPTEMBER 2018

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PiL106 contents

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5 LEADERS
Calm down, dear; The need for a shadow planning system; Aphrodisiac planning .PDF

7 PICTURE FEATURE
New vision for Stratford Waterfront: Bob Allies .PDF

10 OPINIONS
New new town developments | David Churchill
11 A sculpture for the UK’s housing crisis | Richard Hyams
13 Judicious Review? | Simon Ricketts
14 The Raynsford Review | Andrew Rogers
15 Housing as an investment | Jay Das
17 Development sentiment | Gavin Kieran

18 PLANNING PERFORMANCE .PDF
85% of minor planning applications approved within 8 weeks, the same figure as for the preceding quarter

22 NEIL PARKYN
What’s the use(s)? .PDF

24 LETTERS
From Andrew Catto; Michael Bach, London Forum of Amenity and Civic Societies; Stephen Heath

27 CLIPBOARD

31 ¡PILLO!

32 LONDON PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT FORUM
Planning for small sites, the impact of Crossrail & of the draft NPPF.PDF

40 ANDY ROGERS
Once more, with meaning .PDF

42 HEALTHY NEW COMMUNITIES
Michael Chang, Chris Naylor, Amanda Hill-Dixon and Delia Beck .PDF

48 MANUFACTURING
Made in London: shaping the city’s manufacturing sector: Josie Warden

50 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
How will the way we navigate our towns and cities change?: João Fernandes

53 MODULAR HOUSING
Making moves with modular: Björn Conway

56 COUNCIL HOUSING
Wandle Road, Croydon: Luke Tozer

58 BUILD TO RENT
Policy starts to recognise value of Build to Rent: Amanda Balson and Heidi Duncan .PDF

61 MINERALS AND SAFEGUARDING
Safeguarding of London’s minerals infrastructure: David Payne
63 LAND VALUE CAPTURE
Land value capture and why it matters: Jonathan Bower and Sara Wex

67 BOOKS
‘Destination Architecture’ reviewed by Andrew Catto
68 COMING SOON ‘Making Massive Small Change’ by Kelvin Campbell

69 PLANNING AND ENVIRONMENT REFERENCE GUIDE .PDF
Contacts in all London boroughs and more

72 SUBSCRIPTION FORM

73 SIR TERRY FARRELL
The streets we choose: Katerina Karaga of Farrells .PDF

77 ADVICE – Consultants and services ADVICE .PDF

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